Shawna R. Meyer, of counsel for The Duboff Law Group, is committed to defending the rights and economic well-being of Oregon residents.
Attorney Shawna Meyer is a contracts attorney who represents individuals and small businesses in civil litigation, negligence, professional license defense and all aspects of business law. She provides knowledgeable legal counsel, and is a fierce advocate for her clients in the courtroom. Ms. Meyer serves clients throughout Beaverton, Tigard, Portland, Washington and Multnomah counties in Oregon.
Trusted Civil Litigation Legal Services
When two or more people or organizations become entangled in a legal dispute and the desired outcome involves money or to recover a right, civil litigation ensues. Unlike in criminal cases, these situations do not involve criminal sanctions. The reasons for civil litigation are to enforce compliance with an agreement, resolve a dispute, or right a wrong.
Attorney Shawna Meyer will seek a fair and complete resolution of all your claims. She represents both plaintiffs and defendants in the following areas:
- Contracts Dispute
- Civil Rights Claims
- Wrongful Termination
- Commercial Litigation
- Employment Agreements
- Consumer Protection Act
- Products Liability
- Discrimination in the Workplace
- Medical Malpractice
- Harassment in the Workplace
- Federal Tort Claims Act
- Personal Injury
- Property and Neighbor Disputes
- Nursing Home Negligence Elder Abuse (Vulnerable Adult Protection Act – VAPA)
Business Law Practices
Attorney Shawna R. Meyer has been advising and defending businesses on a large range of matters, from set up, business mergers, contracts to employment relations, litigation and navigating regulatory issues. She has guided numerous organizations through regulatory proceedings by providing tireless, effective and personal representation. Ms. Meyer strives to achieve a quick and successful resolution, often thinking outside the box for successful resolutions. She is always willing to proceed to trial if a reasonable and appropriate settlement cannot be achieved through negotiation.
Negotiation often begins with a demand letter sent to the opposing party. This compelling letter outlines your losses and another party’s liability. After the demand letter is issued, your legal representative will begin negotiations with the adjuster or opposing counsel. Many cases are resolved during this stage, although some circumstances warrant going to trial.
Contact an Attorney
If you need legal representation for a civil litigation case, call Shawna of counsel for The Duboff Law Group for a consultation.